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Nick Power first started DJ'ing around the late 1970s, and in the early 1980s had opened up his own record store "Music Power Records" which expanded into a chain.
In the mid to late 1980s, Nick Power had joined Kiss FM in London as a presenter, and was playing in clubs worldwide.
The early 1990s saw Nick Power produce and release several tracks under various pseudonyms such as Nick Power & DJ KU, Curly Greylox, Captain Codseye, Waveform, and more. 2015. Nick Power returns to music production and has a track signed to Soulplate Records. Nick Power & Mojito feat. Stephanie Cooke - "Let Go"
By the middle of the decadem, Nick Power had sold off his shares of Music Power Records, and moved to Ayia Napa in Cyprus, where he opened his own nightclub called "The Kool Club". The club was frequented by many British footballers and celebrities and featured in several newspapers, magazines and TV media, and Nick Power was featured on several TV documentaries & named the "Godfather of Ayia Napa" because of the House music scene that he created on the island.
After around 15 years in Ayia Napa, Nick Power returned to the UK where he is still active on the International club & radio circuit, and is currently presenting a weekly radio show (The Soul Kandi Radio Show) SoulKandi on SSRadio SSRadio which is also syndicated to many other radio stations around the world including  Ritmo Radio (Greece),  Castle Club Radio (Cyprus), Nation Tokyo (Japan), Cross Fm (Serbia),  Madzone Generation (Italy),  ChillOut Radio (South Africa),  Pure Electro Radio (France),  Voice FM 103.9 Southampton (UK),  Tongue & Groove Radio (UK),  House Station Radio (IT),  DNA Radio FM (Argentina),  Housebeat.eu (UK).
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